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Panthers hand out mauling to Witches

PUBLISHED: 11:25 19 April 2003 | UPDATED: 13:45 03 March 2010

CHRIS Louis took his first move into speedway management when he stepped into his father's shoes yesterday.

While John Louis was being kept under observation at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge with a fractured skull and damaged wrist and shoulder, son Chris kept his eye on track preparation and team affairs at Foxhall Stadium yesterday afternoon.

CHRIS Louis took his first move into speedway management when he stepped into his father's shoes yesterday.

While John Louis was being kept under observation at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge with a fractured skull and damaged wrist and shoulder, son Chris kept his eye on track preparation and team affairs at Foxhall Stadium yesterday afternoon.

It was not a great day on which to start, although this home defeat was nothing like as damaging as the huge loss at Peterborough in the second leg of this Sky Sports Elite League Good Friday double.

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